Pastoral Refreshment 2018
Pastoral Refreshment Conference 2018
Abounding in thankfulness
The Pastoral Refreshment conferenceS 2019
With its deep emphasis on experiencing God's grace, the annual Pastoral Refreshment Conference is regularly described as an essential oasis where church leaders and their spouses can receive from the Lord for the refreshment of life and ministry.
We are running two conferences in 2019:
Hothorpe Hall, Leicestershire, 4-6th February, Main Preacher Bishop Ken "Fanta" Clarke
The Newby Bridge Hotel, Windermere, 5-7th February, Main Preacher Professor Glynn Harrison (this conference is a partnership between Living Leadership and Keswick Ministries)
Is the conference for me?
The conference is mainly intended for full time Christian leaders and spouses. However, if you carry significant leadership responsibility in your church, for example as an elder or church warden, you are also very welcome.
If you aren't a leader in your church, why not think about blessing your leaders by paying for them to come?
What do delegates say about the conference?
- There is a real sense of the Lord's presence. It is great to receive his love with his people
- What a wonderful balance of Word and Spirit and delight in Jesus there is in all aspects of the conference
- A real blessing for my soul. I returned home with loads of blessing
- I've finally found the antidote to Christian conferences
- This conference really has hospitality nailed!
How much does it cost?
We are finalising the cost at the moment but expect it to be in the region of £200 per person. We strongly encourage church leaders to ask your church to cover the cost of sending you (and your spouse).
Brochure and booking form available here soon
Terms and conditions: weather-related disruption. We will only be able to refund fees in the event of weather or similar disruption if the event as a whole is cancelled or curtailed, and we have taken out event insurance to cover such eventualities. We are aware that our guests come from a wide geographical spread, and it is possible that adverse conditions in their home locale may prevent them from travelling while other parts of the country, including Hothorpe Hall, are clear, allowing the event to proceed. Since we will not be able to provide refunds in this event we suggest that you consider whether this risk is covered under any of your existing insurance policies and, if not, consider obtaining insurance cover.